It would be interesting to develop note taking app that would enable better content marketing, analytics including anlytical report generation etc. Such an app could be used for better business decision, creative problem solving, more effective social media content using etc. I shall be happy to collect the team for developing such an app – I have developed the specification draft and I have an experience in AI, semantic project management etc. Problem is financing of such project. But maybe we shall find enthusiasts and develop the app better than Evernote or Onenote. My twitter https://twitter.com/zigmasb16 my email firstname.lastname@example.org
It is a usefull website to get information about Web research and other categories in different formats:
- ppt (presentations)
“Shelfster is a free tool that attempts to bridge the gap between note taking/web clipping and annotation/social sharing. This is a good thing, because Evernote, as awesome as it is, just doesn’t share as well as it could. For example, if you want to share a single note in Evernote, the only way to do it is by email (or by email to a service like Ping.FM, but that’s a different post altogether). You can’t find information via Evernote, either, socially or otherwise — Evernote is mainly meant for note taking, and it does what it’s meant for extremely well. With Shelfster, both sharing and searching for information is pretty easy.”
Notable App: a collaboration tool that lets you clip, annotate, and share feedback on websites and imagesFebruary 11, 2010
A few days ago I have got an info about an interesting tool Notable App. Author claims that “At heart, this software is a web-clipping tool with online storage, similar to Evernote. Yet Notable App is designed for sharing clipped web pages with collaborators, making notes on them and receiving feedback in a kind of virtual conversation.”
I had no time to check it and I shall be very glad to get some comments about this tool.
You can find different tools using filetransit website.
You enter a query “Web research” OR “Web clipping” OR “note taking” etc and then you gert a list of free and paid tools with short annotation.